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How to detect if a Symbian device is in offline mode

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This article shows how to detect whether a Symbian device is in "offline" mode by querying the device profile.

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Created: vasant21 (04 May 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (30 May 2013)

Headers Required:

#include <centralrepository.h>
#include <ProfileEngineSDKCRKeys.h>

Library needed:

LIBRARY  centralrepository.lib


We need to Query Central Repository.

CRepository* cRepository = CRepository::NewLC( KCRUidProfileEngine );


CurrentProfileId will be used to hold the current active profile id.

TInt CurrentProfileId;


Get current profile Id.

//KProEngActiveProfile is the id of the currently active profile.
User::LeaveIfError( cRepository->Get( KProEngActiveProfile, CurrentProfileId ) );


Check CurrentProfileId to determine the active profile.

Possible values of CurrentProfileId can be one of the following:
  • 0 = General profile (default value)
  • 1 = Silent profile
  • 2 = Meeting profile
  • 3 = Outdoor profile
  • 4 = Pager profile
  • 5 = Off-line profile
  • 6 = Drive profile
  • 30-49 = User-created profiles
if ( CurrentProfileId == 5 )
{
// It means that the current profile is in the offline mode.
// Similarly you can check for any active profile by comparing the
// CurrentProfileId.
}

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